Donald Trump's daughter-in-law claimed the 2020 election "is not over." Twitter users vehemently disagreed.
"It's like a right-wing mad libs," one Twitter user said of the Republican representative from Ohio's bizarre post attacking Fauci's warning to avoid travel over the holidays.
The president-elect said he and his team have been consulting with labor leaders, CEOs, mayors and governors in crafting their own coronavirus aid bill.
The former White House counselor also said President Donald Trump has a right to continue challenging the 2020 election results.
State officials said the president’s team is “intentionally misleading the public about what happened at State Farm Arena on election night.”
Sanders and other progressive lawmakers, such as Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-N.Y.), are pushing for direct assistance.
The campaign and its related committees reported $119 million in the bank on Nov. 23, but much of that appears to have been raised before the election.
"The Devil Wears MAGA," one person joked on the #TitlesForMelaniasMemoir hashtag.
Trump has fought to end the Obama-era program that protects young immigrants, "Dreamers," from deportation. DHS must now accept new applicants.
Presidential campaign donors have sent $6.7 million straight to the president's businesses. Cha-ching.